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(born Pamela Longfellow) is an American
novelist, playwright, theatrical producer, theater director
and entrepreneur. In Britain, as the widow of
she is well known as the guardian of his artistic
heritage, but elsewhere she is best known for her own work,
especially the novel
The Secret Magdalene
Random House, 2007), which deals with gnosis (the
direct experience of the divine), told through the Biblical
story of Mary Magdalene. The second of her novels to deal
with gnosis, although from a very different point of view,
Flow Down Like Silver, Hypatia of Alexandria.
is also the author of China Blues, Chasing Women and the
is an artist's model who, along with posing
for her father, American painter
collaborated with many notable photographers of the 20th
century. In the work of
Judy Dater, one particular photo,
"Imogen and Twinka," created in Yosemite National Park,
became one of the most recognizable and iconic images
captured by an American photographer. In it, ninety-two year
Imogen Cunningham, a groundbreaking photographer in her
own right, confronts and locks gaze with Twinka, who appears
as a wood nymph frozen before her camera's lens. The image
can been seen in private and major museum collections around
the world. For three years Twinka lived with the aging
Henry Miller in his Pacific Palisades home acting
as his cook and caretaker while working as an artist's
model, posing for art students and other noted
Mary Ellen Mark,
Eikoh Hosoe, and
Ralph Gibson among others. At home
with Miller, Twinka was captivated and delighted along with
other dinnertime guests and celebrities by Miller's nightly
tales of his past exploits. Listening, she began to keep a
notebook of her version of what he said each evening.
Eventually showing him her notes, he expressed immense
enthusiasm, encouraging her to write a book. The result is a
compilation of both Miller's intimate conversations and
Twinka's memoirs about the years she spent living under his
roof and his lasting effect on her.
James C. McKay
is currently signed with Eio Books for two of his novels (The KUSURI Case and Billy's War). We
are pleased to publish the work of this talented writer and
A highly regarded litigator who served as the special prosecutor
investigating Edwin Meese III, Attorney General under the
Reagan Administration, James McKay is also an author.
He describes himself as a binge reader who periodically
re-reads all of Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, and
Shakespeare. He is also a Civil War buff.
Honors and Rankings
In July of 2007, Mr. McKay received a Certificate of Merit from
President George W. Bush at a special session of the U.S.
Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims relating to his work on
behalf of veterans.
Mr. McKay received a Lifetime Achievement Award from The
American Lawyer on October 29, 2008.
United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, Hart T.
Mankin Distinguished Service Award (2008)
Senator Daniel Inouye Award
November 18, 2011
October 27, 2013 For immediate release—
EIO BOOKS is pleased to announce that
by Ki Longfellow has been optioned by Hollywood's Sydell Albert Productions.
April 9, 2013 For immediate release—
EIO BOOKS is proud to announce the publication of not one, but three,
SAM RUSSO MYSTERIES at once. Set in late 1940s New York City, Sam is
not only witty, he's noir. What a combo. Sam's 1st case, SHADOW ROLL,
his 2nd, GOOD DOG, BAD DOG, and his 3rd, THE GIRL IN THE NEXT ROOM, are
all available in trade paperback as well as all eBook formats all over
October 1, 2012 For immediate release—
Science to Sage
—stunning feature article about Ki's latest work in the October, 2012
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for pages 76-79. Click pages to enlarge.
June 1, 2012
For immediate release—
Eio Books is proud to announce the signing of our newest
author, James C. McKay, for two novels:
The KUSURI Case and Billy's War.
February 24, 2012
For immediate release— China Blues, first published by Harper Collins
Doubleday, is reissued by Eio Books. Available
in trade paperback, Kindle, and other eBook formats, this
exciting novel set in San Francisco's Roaring Twenties now
comes to life for a new generation of readers. This brilliant
first novel by Ki Longfellow takes us from the mean
streets of Chinatown to the glittering
world of wealth and power during one
of America's most exciting historical periods.